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FOREWORD 



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perpetuate the pleasant memory of the 
friendships, the achievements, the inspira- 
tion and the happiness which this year 
has brought is the aim of the 1935 PINE 
KNOT. 

It is our sincere desire that in future 
years one ivill he able to turn the pages of 
this book and relive the happy days spent 
at Atlantic Christian College. 



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IN APPRECIATION OF HIS 
UNFAILING REGARD AND KINDLINESS 
TO HIS ASSOCIATES, OF THE ABLE 
ASSISTANCE HE HAS GIVEN THE 
STUDENTS ON EVERY OCCASION, 
AND OF THE PART HE HAS PLAYED IN 
MAKING THIS, OUR ALMA MATER, THE 
PRIDE OF EVERY STUDENT, WE RESPECT- 
FULLY DEDICATE THIS VOLUME OF 
THE PINE KNOT 
TO 
PROFESSOR CHARLES H. HAMLIN 



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H. S. HILLEY, President 



FACULTY 1934-1935 



1. Howard S. Hilley . President and Professor of Ancient Languagse 

2. Cecil A. Jarrnan . Dean of Men and Instructor in Rel'gious Education 

3. Elizabeth E. Yavorski . . Dean of Women and Instructor in Voic« 

4. Myrtle L. Harper Librarian 

5. Frederick F. Grim Professor of Education 

6. Frances F. Harper Professor of Science 

8. Charlotte Hill . . Instructor in Science and Physical Education 

9. Dallas Mallison Instructor in Social Science 

10. Mildred Ross Registrar 

11. C. H. Hamlin Professor of Social Science 

12. William Wallace Peery Professor of English 

13. Martha L. Edmunston .... Professor of. Modern Languages 

14. Casey L. Blackburn Instructor in Physical Education 

15. Agnes Peele Instructor in Commercial Department 

16. R. D. Bullock, Jr Instructor in English 

17. Edward T. Stallings .... Instructor in Violin and Orchestra 

18. John M. Waters Professor of Bible 

19. W. D. P. Sharpe, Jr. Instructor in Commercial Law and Baseball Coach 




SUPERVISORS 



Miss Lou Ellen Perry Robersonville, N. C. 

Supervision of Dining Hall 

Miss Callie Windley Pinetown, N. C. 

Supervisor of Girla Building and Offices 

Selz Mayo Mesie, N. C. 

Supervisor of Grounds 

Russell Jefferson Pinetown, N. C. 

Supervisor of Buildings 

A. C. College t-his year lias adopted a new work program known as the 
Eureka plan. Th's plan originated in Eureka College. 

This plan puts students in charge of all work around the college, and 
it is under their supervision. This work this year, we feel, has been very 
successful and next year with experience, we feel that we can make it a 
greater teuccess. Miss Perry is supervisor of the Dinning Hall. She is in 
charge of the food dept., checks on the students work and she also has had 
another supervisor under her this year, who is Miss Audrey Tetterton. Miss 
Windley looks after the offices. She checks on the library, commercial room, 
and halls up stairs in the girls building. Mr. Mayo looks after the lawn, cut- 
ting- of grass, hedge, and keeps the lawn clean. Mr. Jefferson has in his 
charge the boys dormitories, gymnasium, class rooms, halls, and the cleaning' 
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JACK AYCOCK 
Black Creek, N. C. 

Hesperian Literary Society; I Smoka' 
Pipe Club '33-'34; Pres. Junior Class 
'33-'34; Pres. Senior Class '34-'35; 
May King; Alternate Debator '34. 



HOWARD BALLANCE 
Kenly, N. C. 

Baseball Team ; Hesperian Literary 
Society. 



EMMA LAURA BARFOOT 
Wilson, N. C. 

Alethian Society; Sigma Tau Chi 
Sorority, Pres. '34; Vice-Pres. G. A. 
C. '33-'34; 



DIXIE BARNES 

Fremont, N. C. 

Member Hesperian Society. 



LOSKER B. BENNETT 
Goldsboro, N. C. 

Y. M. C. A.; Ministerial Club; Hes- 
perian Literary Society; Wranglers 
Club. 



N. G. BLACKMAN, Jr. 
Selma, N. C. 

Sec. Phi Kappa Alpha '33-'34; Pres. 
Phi Kappa Alpha '34-'35; Vice-Pres. 
Senior Class '34-'35; Baseball '33-'35; 
Alethian Literary Society; "A" Club 
Member '33-'35. 






MARIA SINA BRINSON 
New Bern, N. C. 
Girl's Athletic Club '31-'34; Treas. 
Phi Sigma Tau Sorority '33-'34; Vice- 
Pres. Phi Sigma Tau Sorority '33-'34 ; 
Pres. Phi Sigma Tau Sorority '34-'35 ; 
Critic Alethian Literary Society '34- 
'35; Treas. Student Association '34- 
'35 ; Sen ; or Representative Girl's Dor- 
mitory Council '34-'35; Sect'y Aleth- 
ian Literary Society '34-'35 ; Y. W. 
C. A. Cabinet '33-'34 ; Collegiate Stair 
'32-'33; Sect'y Sophmore Class '32-'33 

LELA BRITT 

Clinton, N. C. 
Hesperian Literary Society; Y. W. C. 
A.; Fellowship Club ; Girl's Athletic 
Club ; House President Girl's Dormi- 
tory Council. 

DONAHUE BRYANT 
Saratoga, N. C. 
Pres. Hesperian Literary Society '34; 
Pres. Pipe Club '33; Sergent-at-Arms 
Phi Kappa Alpha '32; Vice-Pres. Phi 
Kappa Alpha '34 ; Pres Phi Kappa 
Alpha '35. 

GLADYS CHARLES 
Grifton, N. C. 
Girl's Athletic Club ; Sect'y Phi Sigma 
Tau Sororitv '33; Treas. Phi Sigma 
Tau Sororitv '34; Vice-Pres. Phi 
Sigma Tau Sororitv '35 ; Pianist Ale- 
thian Literary Society '33-'35. 

CORNELL DAUGHERY 

Clinton, N. C. 

Fellowship Club; Y. W. C. A.; Pres. 

Hesperian Society ; Student Council. 

LALAH DRIVER 
Wilson, N. C. 
Girl's Athletic Club Cabinet '32-'35; 
Y. W. 0. A. Cabinet '32-'34; Alter- 
nate Debator Alethian Literary Soci- 
ety '31-'32; Alethian Literary Society 
Debator '33-'35; May Day Committee 
'32-'34; Vice-Pres. Alethian Literarv 
Society '34-'35; Pres. Alethian Liter- 
arv Society '34-'35 ; Secretary Senior 
Class '34-'35. 








KATHLEEN EAGLES 
Wilson, N. C. 
Vice-Pres. Alethian Literary Society 
'31-'32; G. A. C. Cabinet '32-'33, 
'33-'34; Pres. G. A. C. '34-'35 ; Alter- 
nate Debator, Alethian Literary Soci- 
ety '32-'33, '33-'34; Debator, Alethi- 
an Literary Society '34-'35 ; Marshal 
^31-'35; Collegiate Staff '32-'35; Town 
Representative on Women's Student 
Government Council '34-'35 ; Chair- 
man May Day '32-'33; May Day Com- 
mittee '34-'35; Junior-Senior Banquet 
Committee '33-'34; Vice-Pres. Sigma 
Tau Chi Sorority '34 ; Pres. Sigma 
Tau Chi Sorority '35; Town Girl's 
Club '34-'35. 

BILLIE EDGERTON 
Kenly, N. C. 
Alethian Society '32-'35; Y. W. C. A.; 
Program Comm'ttee Y. W. '35 ; Vice- 
Pres. Fellowship '34; G. A. C. ; 
Student Council '35. 

JOHN EDMUNDSON 
Fremont, N. C. 
Vice-Pres. I Smoka' Pipe Club '33-'34: 
Sect'y-Treas. I Smoka' Pipe Club. 



FRANCES EVANS 

Fremont, N. C. 

Y. W. C. A. ; Town Girl's Club 

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FRANCES LANCASTER 
Rocky Mounty, N. C. 
Y. W. C. A.; Town Girls Club; Hes- 
perian Society. 

NEVA LIVERMAN 

Plymouth, N. C. 

Alethian Literary Society; Glee Club. 




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JOSEPHINE MAHLER 

Four Oaks, N.C. 

Hesperian Literary Society; Y. W. C. 

A.; Girl's Athletic Club; Fellowship 

Club. 

ESTELLE MARLER 
Benson, N. C. 
Y. W. C. A. ; Hesperian Literary So- 
ciety; Girl's Athletic Association; 
Treas. Fellowship '33-34; Vice-Pres. 
Fellowship '34-'35. 

INEZ HERITAGE MAY 
Grifton, N. C. 
Hesperian Literary Society; Girl's 
Athletic Association ; Secretary Hes- 
perian Literary Society '33-'34; Sec- 
retary Y. W. C. A. '33-'34; Secretary 
Girl's Athletic Association '33-'34; 
Junior Representative Girl's Student 
Government '33-'34; House President 
Girl's Student Government '34-'35; 
Manager Concerts '34-'35 ; Y.W.C.A. 
Store Manager '34-'35. 

SELZ C. MAYO 
Mesic, N. C. 
Pres. Fellowship; Vice-Pres. Minister- 
ial Club (two times) ; Chaplain Sigma 
Alpha Fraternity; Chaplain Hesperian 
Literary Society; Charter Member 
"A" Club; Wranglers Club. 



GEORGE CLINTON MURRAY 
Wilson Mills, N. C. 
Fellow.sh : p Club; Glee Club; Y. M. C. 
A. ; I Smoka' Pipe Club ; Pres. Fresh- 
man Class; Pres. Hesperian Literary 
Society; Chaplain Phi Kappa Alpha 
Fraternity ; Chorister Hesperian Lit- 
erary Society; Treas. Junior Class. 

NAOMI OWENS 
Wilson, N. C. 

Alethian Literary Society; Y.W.C.A, 






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CLARA LEE PITTMAN 
Kenly, N. C. 
Alethian* Literary Society; Town 
Girl's Club. 

VIVIAN PRESCOTT 
Aurora, N. C. 
1st. Vice-Pres. Hesperian Literary 
Society '33-'34; Girl's Athletic Club; 
Vice-Pres. Junior Class; Junior Rep- 
resentative Woman's Council '34-'35; 
1st Vice-Pres. Hesperian Literary So- 
ciety; Treas. Y. W. C. A. '34-'35. 

RABON ROSE 
Newton Grove, N. C. 
Y. M. C. A.; Secretary Y. M. C. A. 
'32-'33; Treasurer Hesperian Literary 
Society '33-'34; President Fellowship 
1st. Semester '33-'34; Charter mem- 
ber of I Smoka Pipe Club ; Chaplain 
of I Smoka Pipe Club '33-'34; Glee 
Club ; Senior Representative on 
Student Council '34-'35; President 
Ministerial Club 2nd Semester '34-'35. 

EDWIN REEL 

Arapahoe, N. C. 
Sigma Alpha Fraternity; Hesperian 
Literary Society; "A" Club; Basket- 
ball '32-'35; Y. M. C. A.; Sec.-Treas. 
Sigma Tlpha Fraternity '33-'34; Vice- 
Pres. Sigma Alpha Fraternity '34-'35; 
President Sigma Alpha Fraternity '35 ; 
Baseball Manager '34. 

LOY ROGERS 
Wilson, N. C. 
Member of Phi Kappa Alpha Frater- 
nity; Office Serg't-at-Arms '34-'35; 
Alethian Literary Society; Y.M.C.A. 

FRANCES MAMIE SCOTT 
Jacksonville, N. C. 
Alethian Literary Society; Girl's Ath- 
letic Association; Y. W. C. A. 






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EUGENE TAYLOR 
Kinston, N. C. 
Treas. Freshman Class ; Chaplain Hes- 
perian Literary Society '31-'32; Treas. 
Hesperian Literary Society '32-'33; 
Critic Hesperian Literiary Society 
'33-'34 ; Chorister Hesperian Literary 
Society '33-'3, '34-'35; Treas. Hesper- 
ian Literary Society '34-'35; Vice- 
Pres. Y. M. C. A.; Sophomore Class 
Representative of Student Council 
'32-'33; Chaplain Fellowship Club '32- 
'33; Chorister Fellowship Club '34- 
'35 ;Wranglers Club '33-'34 ; Pres. 
Ministerial Club '33-'35; Glee Club 
'32-'35; Baseball Squad '33-'35. 

JACOB TAYLOR 

Bethel, N. C. 
Pres. Student Association '34-'35 ; Y. 
M. C. A.; Sigma Alpha Fraternity; 
Pipe Club. 

THELMA WAYNE THORNE 

Elm City, N. C. 

Guilford College '31; Town Girl's 

Club; Alethian Literary Society; Y. 

W. C. A. 

INA RIVERS TUTEN 
Aurora, N. C. 
Hesperian Literary Society; Y. W. C. 
A.; Phi Sigma Tau Sorority; Girl's 
Athletic Association ; Vice-Pres. Phi 
Sigma Tau Sorority '32-'33; Vice- 
Pres. Sophomore Class '32-'33; Junior 
Representative Student Council '33- 
'34; Pres. Phi Sigma Tau Sorority '33- 
'34 ; Pres. Woman's Student Govern- 
ment '34-'35; Chief Marshal '34-'35. 

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HAROLD LATHAM TYER 
Bath, N. C. 
Pres. Alethian Literary Society '34- 
'35; Pres. Y. M. C. A. '33-'34; Pres. 
Fellowship Club '33-'34; Student 
Council '33-34; Glee Club '34-35; 
Sigma Alpha Fraternity, Secretary- 
Treasurer. 

BRUCE WARD 
Seven Springs, N. C. 
Hesperian Literary Society; Sigma 
Alpha Fraternity; Y. M. C. A. 








WILBERT T. WATERS 
Washington, N. C. 
Ministerial Club-President; Y. M. C. 
A. ; Representative in Religious Edu- 
cation Committee ; Hesperian Literary 
Society; Chaplain-Fellowship ; Mar- 
shal of Senior Class '34-'35. 

HAYDEN WIGGS 

Selma, N. C. 

Kappa Alpha U. N. C. ; Transfer '33 ; 

Baseball '35; Tennis '35; Alethian 

Literary Society; "A" Club Member. 

WILLIAM WILLIS 
Wilson, N. C. 
Glee Club '32-'33 ; Vice-Pres. Alethian 
Literary Society '34 ; Phi Kappa 
Alpha Fraternity; Managing Editor 
"The Collegiate" '34; Class Marshal 
'33-'35. 

ELIZABETH WINSTEAD 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 
Hesperian Literary Society; Y. W. C. 
A. '31-'35; Glee Club '33-'34; Treas. 
Girl's Dormitory Council '33-'34 : 
Sect'y Girl's Dormitory Council 
'34-'35. 





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Wilson, N. C. 



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Wilson, N. C. 



KATHERINE BELL 
Wilson, N. C. 



JAMES BRADLEY 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 



GEORGIA BREWER 
New Bern, N. C. 



MARY BREWER 
New Bern, N. C. 



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New Bern, N. C. 



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Stantonsburg, N. C. 








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Wilson, N. C. 



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Wilson, N. C. 



HORACE CUNNINGHAM 
Owenton, Ky. 



SUE DELL DAVIS 
Tobaccoville, N. C. 



BEE EVANS 
Fremont, N. C. 



HELEN GUNTER 
Coats, N. C. 



ELIZABETH HOUSE 
Robersonville, N. C. 



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Augusta, Ga. 



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Pinetown, N. C. 



ELLIOT JERNIGAN 
Dunn, N. C. 



MILLARD JOHNSON 
Selma, N. C. 



MYRA JOYNER 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 



JENNIE LANE 
Wilson, N. C. 



SARAH LOFTIN 
Kinston, N. C. 



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Newton Grove, N. C. 




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Kinston, N. C. 



SAMUEL RAGAN 
Willow Springs, N. C. 



HUBERT ROSE 
Newton Grove, N. C. 



ELIZABETH SUGG 
Snow Hill, N. C. 



EVA LOUISE SHELTON 
StMtonsburg, N. C. 



BRUCE SIMMONS 
Kinston, N. C. 



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Stokesdale, N. C. 



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President , Bryan Deans 

Vice-Pres'dent Russell Roebuck 

Secretary Mary Ethel Outlaw 

Treasurer Milton Adams 



Milton Adams 
Randolph Allen 
Henry Franklin Barnes 
Richard Barnhill 
Delia Bowden 
Callie Britt 
Lucile Carr 
Slade Simon Congleton 
Thursa Richards Coyle 
William Henry Davis 
Amos Council Dawson 
Clyde Deans 
J. Bryan Deans 
Brantley Dewar 
OsCar Paul Dickinson, Jr. 
Norman Lee Etheridge 
Ruth Inez Evans 
Ruth Emma Floars 
Harriet Frances Forbes 
Marjorie Freeman 
William Hassel Gurganus 
Mae Mercer Harrell 
Edith Hart 

Charles Robert Helsabeck, Jr. 
Mary Evelyn Hinnant 
Marvin Jackson 
Dorotlry Mac Jones 
Pansy Grace Jones 
James Robert Laing 
Sybil Grey Lane 
S. R. Lee ' 

Willie Benton Liverman 
Edward Young Lovelace 
Nina Elizabeth Mallison 
Holland Manning- 
Mary Mayo 



Cleotha McLamb 
Eugene Allen McLoud 
Marjorie Brown Moore 
Mary Ethel Outlaw 
Theodore Westley Owens 
Lou Ellen Perry 
Mildred Elizabeth Powell 
Carol Pugh * 
Earl Emerson Rhodes 
Hazel Riley 
Bernice Roberson 
Russell Roebuck 
Louise Rowe 
James Fletcher Smith 
Joe Earle Spence 
Mary Stallings 
Sue Rebecca Stallings 
Mattie Belle Stewart 
Elaine Strickland 
Woodrow Taylor 
Winifred Terrell 
Audrey C. Tetterton 
Lillian Tomlinson 
Virginia Mary Turner 
C. C. Walters 
Thelma Whitehead 
Wallace White 
Ralph Whitfield 
Marietta Whitley 
Helen Wilkins 
Callie Windley 
Eleanor Woodard 
Margaret Works 
Ollie Wray 

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FRESHMAN CLASS ROLL 

President Marvin Arline 

Vice-President Martha Brinson 

Secretary Bland Worley 

Treasurer Hugh Cherry 

Jean Abbitt Rosamond Conley Velma Paul 
Alice Irene Adams Bruce Conyers Percy Peacock 
Arnold Adams Wayne Cox William Henry Pearce 
Inez Allen Dorothy Creech William Powell 
Mae Anderson Estelle Creech Grace Pulley 
Marvin Arline Virginia Crist Christine Rahn 
H. D. Askew Mildred Cutler Hubert Reel 
Dorothy Aycock Leon Isaac Denning Hughes Respass 
Annie Bailey Onnie Robt. Cockrell Horace Ricks 
Luther Ballance Sarah Casey Spivey Roberson 
Elaine Ballard Randolph Chandlei Chloe Roberson 
George Banks Hallis Cherry Marjorie Rogers 
Glenn Barden Hugh Cherry Retha Sawyer 
Edwin Barnes Rebekah Carter Annie Louise Silverthorn 
Pridgen Barnes Edwin Gurkins Christine Smith 
Virginia Barnes Elsie Haddock Alice Snipes 
William Barnes Mary "Tommie" Harris William Spillars 
Dare Barnhill Nell Harrison Nelda Spruill 
Edna Barnhill Frank Hassell George Stein 
Bertie Mae Bass A. J. Hayes N. L. Stott 
Mack G. Bass Marjorie Herndon Percy Stott 
Ocie Batts Estelle Hopper Kathleen Swindell 
Nova Ethel Bexley Annie Howell Anna Belle Tart 
John Bordon Major Jones Edwin Taylor 
Matilda Bowden Lydie Kilpatrick Annie Louise Taylor 
Dennis Boyd Elsie Mae Kirkland Edna Mae Thigpen 
Hilton Boykin Marsh Knott John Thomas 
Ethel Bruffy Edith Ray Lancaster Kenneth Tingle 
Woodrow Bright Duval Laughing-house Curtis Todd 
Martha Brinson Nina Lee Doris Topping- 
Doris Brinson Bernice Lee Delsie Turner 
Elizabeth Brown Woodrow Lovet William Tyer * 
Christine Bryant May Maine William Tyson 
Hylah Lee Bunn Edward Mattox Mary Vellines 
Chrktine Dudley Ethel McDonald Quimby Wallace 
C. B. Edwards Elizabeth McLawhorn Walston Wright 
James Edwards Annie McLawhorn Effie Walston 
Carrie Ellis William Michaux Sarah Bain Ward 
Edith Farmer Claire Minor Alvereta Weaver 
Nannie Belle Farmer Faye Mobley Raymond Wells 
Hubert Ferrell Rebekah Moore Grainger Westbrook 
Woodrow Forrest Christine Morris Nannie Wethington 
Elizabeth Fulgham William Morton Mabel White 
John Gafford Otway Moss Albion Wilson 
Anzy Gaskill A. J. Move Helen Williams 
Joe Gold Lillian Newham Marshall Williams 
Beverly Burrage Modero O'Neal Bill Winf eld 
Millard Burt Covelle O'Neal Victor Woodard 
J. B. Byerly, Jr. Margaret Outlaw Bland Worley 
Marjorie Dew Edna Louise Owens Elmer Yelverton 
George Dixon Thomas Pappas Ralph Osborne 
Robert Dixon Annie Parker 
Irma Belle Dudley Cora Lee Patterson * Deceased 





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DEBATORS 



Above is pictured the Atlantic Christian College Inter-Society debators. 

They are from left to right, back row: Paul Tyndal, Hesperian; Kath- 
leen Eagles, Alethian; Oscar Brinson, Jr., Hesperian. Front row: Lelah Driver, 
Alethian; Martha Brinson, Hesperian, alternate. 

The query for the Inter-Society debate was : Resolved: That the 
United States Should Enter the League of Nations. 

The affirmative side, upheld by the Hesperian Society, won the decision, 
thus breaking the Alethian's eight year winning streak. 






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HESPERIAN LITERARY SOCIETY 



SOCIETY OFFICERS 



First Semester 
President: Donohue Bryant 
Vice-Presidents: Eva Louise Shelton, 

Bill Cunningham and Mae Mercer 

Harrell 
Secretary: Lou Ellen Perry 
Treasurer: Robert Helsabeek 
Chorister: Eugene Taylor 
Chaplain : Milton Adams 
Pianist: Eva Louise Shelton 
Cheer Leaders: Myra Joyner, and 

Clyde Hurt 



Kathleen Swindell 
Edna Thigpen 
Kenneth Tingle 
Delsie Turner 
Effie Walston 
Alvereta Weaver 
Raymond Wells 
Grainger Westbrook 
Marshall Williams 
"Bill" Winfield 
Bland Worley, Jr. 
Woodrow Taylor 
Elizabeth Sugg 
Audrey Tetterton 
Virginia Turner 
Ollfe Wray 
Jean Abbitt 
Mae Anderson 
Marvin Arline 
1 Dorothy Aycock 
Elaine Ballard 
George Banks, Jr. 
Dare Bamhill 
John Borden 
"Tillie" Bowden 
Martha Brinson 
Hylah Lee Bunn 
Millard Burt 
Paul Tyndall 
James Watson 
Irene Webb 
Virginia Whitley 
Frank Wilkins 
Milton Adams 
Dick Barnhill 
Callie Britt 
Lucille Carr 
Thursa Coyle 
Henry Davis 
A. C. Dawson 
0. P. Dickinson, Jr. 
Ruth Evans 
Ruth Emma Floars 



Second Semester 
President: Cornell Daughtry 
Vice-Presidents: Vivian Prescott, 

Robert Helsabeek, Helen Gunter 
Secretary: Mae Mercer Harrell 
Treasurer: Eugene Taylor 
Chaplain : Selz Mayo 
Chorister: Clinton Murray 
Critic: Martha Brinson 
Pianist: Eva Louise Shelton 
Cheer Leaders: Delsie Turner and 

Clyde Hurt 
MEMBERS 



Hariet Forbes 
Marjorie Herndon 
A. J. Hayes 
Frank Hassell, Jr. 
Elsie Haddock 
James Smith, Jr. 
Bernice Roberson 
Mildred Powell 
Lou Ellen Perry 
Marjorie Brown Moore 
Cleotha McLamb 
Nina Mallison 
Edward Lovelace, Jr. 
Jimmie Laing 
Robert Helsabeek, Jr. 
Edith Hart 
Mae Mercer Harrell 
Marjorie Freeman 
Holland Manning 
Estelle Hopper 
Christine Dudley 
Irma Belle Dudley 
George P. Dixon 
T eon Denning 
Hallis Cherry 
Sarah Casey 
Fay Mobley 
Claire Minor 
Elizabeth McLawhorn 
May Maine 
Nina Lee 

Duval Laughinghouse 
Elsie Kirkland 
Virg'nia Crist 
Dorothy Creech 
Lydia Kilpatrick 
Lvnwood Phillips 
James Parsons 
Sarah Loftin 
Mvrna Jovner 
Clyde Hurt 
Mary Howard 
Elizabeth House 



Helen Gunter 
Therman Denning 
Ernest DeLoach 
Nelda Spruill 
William Thomas SpHlars 
Chloe Roberson 
Christine Rahn 
William Powell 
William Henry Pearce 
Velma Paul 
Thomas Pappas 
Anzy Gaskill 
Edith Farmer 
Vivian Prescott 
Clara Lee Pittman 
Clinton Murray 
Selz Mayo 
Inez May 

Frances Lancaster 
Lela Britt 
Losker Bennett 
Howard Ballance 
James Aycock 
Horace Cunningham 
Oscar Brinson, Jr. 
Mary Brewer 
James Bradley 
Katherine Bell 
Oakel Bass 
George Amerson 
Elizabeth Winstead 
Wilbert Waters 
Bruce Ward 
Ina Rivers Tuten 
Eugene Taylor 
Edwin Reel 
Rabon Rose 
Reuben Strickland 
Elbert Southard 
Bruce Simmons 
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SOCIETY OFFICERS 



First Semester 



President: Harold Tyer 
Vice-President: Lalah Driver 
Secretary: Kathleen Eagles 
Treasurer: Mattie Belle Stewart 
Critic : Maria Brinson 
Pianist: Gladys Charles 



Second Semester 

President: Lalah Driver 
Vice-President: Pat Grey 
Secretary: Jimmy Barnes 
Treasurer: Brantley Dewar 
Critic: Marietta Whitley 
Pianist: Gladys Charles 
Assistant Pianist: Russell Roebuck 
Cheer Leaders: Jerry Bryant, Mattie 
Belle Stewart 



Emma Laura Barefoot 
Billy Blackman 
Maria Brinson 
Lalah Driver 
Kathleen Eagles 
Billie Edgerton 
Norman Grey 
Neva Liverman 
Naomi Owens 
Loy Rogers 
Frances Scott 
Jacob Taylor 
Harold Tyre 
Hayden Wiggs 
Georgia Brewer 
Harold Brown 
Geraldine Bryant 
Rachel Conyers 
Edna Creech 
Sue Dell Davis 
John Denning 
Russell Jefferson 
Jennie Lane 
Jack Riley 
Evelyn Hinnant 
Marvin Jackson 
Dorothy Jones 
Pansy Jones 



MEMBERS 

Sybil Lane 
Benton Liverman 
Mary Mayo 
Mary Ethel Outlaw 
Earl Rhodes 
Hazel Riley 
Russell Roebuck 
Joe Spence 
Randolph Williams 
Julie Mae Winfield 
Randolph Allen 
Delia Bowen 
Clyde Deans 
Bryan Deans 
Brantley Dewar 
Norman Etheridge 
Hassell Gurganus 
Bertie Mae Bass 
Mack Bass 
Ocie Batts 
Dennis Boyd 
Christine Bryant 
Sue Stallings 
Mary Stallings 
Mattie B. Stewart 
Elaine Strickland 
Winifred Terrell 
Virginia Turner 



C. C. Walters 
Wallace White 
Marietta Whitley 
Callie Windley 
Eleanor Woodard 
Randolph Chandler 
Onnie Cockrell 
Rosamond Conley 
Mildred Cutler 
Marjorie Dew 
A. J. Move 
Margaret Outlaw 
Cora Lee Patterson 
Marjorie Rogers 
Anne Silverthorne 
Edwin Gurkins 
Marsh Knott 
Edward Mattox 
Bernice Lee 
William Michaux 
Edwin Taylor 
Anna Belle Tart 
Annie Louise Taylor 
Curtis Todd 
Doris Topping 
J. 0. Wallace 
Sarah Bain Ward 
S. R. Lee 




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The Commercial Club of Atlantic Christian College is one of the most 
active and outstanding organizations on the campus. Its membership is 
limited to students who are registered in the Commercial Department of the 
College. The purpose of the Club is twofold; first, business — to create and 
to stimulate an interest in the business trends of modern life; second, social. 
The members of the Club have visited many of the offices of the prominent 
business men of Wilson, and also the various industries and banks located 
here. Attendance at some Court proceeding is required of all. One of the 
"high-lights" of the social affairs of the Club was a picnic held at beautiful 
Silver Lake on the evening of May eighth. 

Club colors are Black and White; the motto is "Success Follows Effort. v 

OFFICEES 

President Miss Ocie Sharpe Batts 

Vice-President Miss Edna Owens 

Secretary Miss Spivey Roberson 

Treasurer William Spillers 

MEMBERS 

Mrs. Jasmine Barnes Narron Spivey Roberson 

Irene Adams Retha Sawyer 

Mae Anderson Elaine Strickland 

Virginia Barnes Edna Thigpen 

Bettie Glen Barden Mary Vellines 

Ocie Sharpe Batts Alvareta Weaver 

Doris Brinson Helen Williams 

Christine Bryant G. P. Dixon 

Geraldine Bryant James Edwards 

Dare Barnhill Hubert Ferrell 

Sarah Casey Major Jones 

Rosamond Conley Duval Laughinghouse 

Nannie Belle Farmer Rommie Mallison 

Anzy Gaskill William Morton 

Nell Harrison Edward Mattox 

Annie Pearl Howard A. J. Moye 

Lillian Newnham Wiley Narron 

Christine Morris William T. Spillers 

Edna Owens Curtis Todd 

Cora Lee Patterson Wright Walston, Jr. 

Velma Paul William Winfield 
Kathleen Roberson 

Miss Agnes Peele, head of the Commercial Department of the College. 
is an honorary member. 





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BAND 



The Atlantic Christian College Band has just completed its first year's 
work. It was organized in October, 1934, and has progressed into a mus'cai 
organization worthy of praise. Not only has it been received with enthusiasm 
by the students and faculty of the college, but also by the audiences of 
Eastern North Carolina before which it has appeared in concerts. 

After having been organized less than a month, the band made its first 
publ : c appearance, which was on Homecoming day, November 3, 1934, and 
before a large number of Alumni and friends of the College. On December 
17th and 18th the band gave two Christmas concerts in front of the court- 
house in Wilson, which included several Christmas melodies. The next concert 
was on January 5th, 1935, at the official dedication of the new gymnasium. 
During the next three months the band played several times for chapel and 
at many of the ball games. They attended the Eastern North Carolina Band 
and Orchestra Festival in Raleigh on April 14th, and were heard by an audi- 
ence of more than 4,000 people. The band presented its first radio program 
•on April 17th, 1935, over station WEED in Rocky Mount. On May 4th, the 
Band gave a program before a large group of High School seniors at the 
Pleasant Union Christian Church in Sampson County. They participated in 
their first parade on May 10th in commemoration of Memorial Day. The final 
appearance of the year was a commencement program on May 27th. 



PERSONEL 
TRUMPETS CLARINETS 

Curtis Todd, Wendell, N. C. Beverly Burrage, Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Duval Laughinghouse, Elm City, N. C. Pridgen Barnes, Elm City, N. C. 



Norman Grey, Clymer, Pa. 
Pansy Jones, Selma, N. C. 
A. J. Moye, Farmville, N. C. 

TROMBONES 
Franklin Barnes, Elm City, N. C. 
Percy Stott, Wendell, N. C. 
Benton Liverman, Plymouth, N. C. 

SAXAPHONE 
Onnie Cockrell, Bailey, N. C. 

BARITONES 
Marsh Knott, Wendell, N. C. 
Horace Ricks, Wilson, N. C. 

DRUM MAJOR 
Sue Dell Davis, Tobaccoville, N. C. 



Sue Dell Davis, Tobaccoville, N. C. 
Christine Rahn, Rock Ford, Ga. 
Elaine Strickland, Zebulon, N. C. 

SNARE DRUMS 
Bland Worley, Kinston, N. C. 
J. Q. Wallace, Wilson, N. C. 
Russel Roebuck, Williamston, N. C. 

BASS DRUM 
Brantley Dewar, Fuquay Springs, N.C. 

BASSES 
Hassal Gurganus, Stokes, N. C. 
Edward Mattox, Wendell, N. C. 

DIRECTOR 
Millard Burt, Raleigh, N. C. 









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The Atlantic Christian College Glee Club has had a busy and a success- 
ful 1934-1935 season. Starting ,the season under the direction of Mrs. 
Nannelle P. Hinton, they appeared first at Homecoming Day and then at 
the State Convention of the Disciples of Christ at Greenville, N. C, and gave 
a very beautiful Christmas Pageant, "The Nativity" in St. Timothy's Episco- 
pal Church, Wilson. During the second semester, under the direction of Mrs. 
Elizabeth E. Yavorski, they have given programs at Williamston, N. C, 
Robersonville, N. C, Pleasant Union Church, Sampson County, N. C, and 
at New Bern, N. C, and at the Diocesan Convention at St. Timothy's Church, 
Wilson. They will also act as the choir at the choir at the Baccalaureate 
service of the College, in the First Christian Church, Wilson. 

Members of the Glee Club for the season have been: 



Sopranos : 
Georgia Brewer 
Maria Brinson 
Martha Brinson 
Christine Bryant 
Gladys Charles 
Anzy Gaskill 
Helen Gunter 
Sarah Loftin 
Neva Liverman 
Nina Mallison 
Marjorie Moore 
Chloe Roberson 
Mary Ethel Outlaw 
Kathleen Swindell 
Sarah Bain Ward 



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Altos : 
Vivian Prescott 
Lou Ellen Perry 
Christine Rahn 
Eva Louise Shelton 
Anna Belle Tart 

Tenors : 
Russell Jefferson 
Marsh Knott 
Edward Mattox 
Russell Roebuck 
Rabon Rose 

Basses 
Edwin Gurkin 
Clyde Hurt 

George Clinton Murray 
Eugene Taylor 
Harold Tyre 
Curtis Todd 
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President Hubert E. Rose 

Vice-President Robert Helsbeck 

Secretary-Treasurer Cleotha McLamb 

The Young Men's Christian Association of Atlantic Christian College is 
an organization which has been organized for several years. It is one of the 
most uplifting organizations now existing on the campus, consisting of all 
young men who wish to join. The construction of the Y.M.C.A. is indicative 
of the goal for which it strives. It has for its purpose the betterment of all 
young men morally, mentally, physically and spiritually. 

It is the duty of the Y. M. C. A. to lead its members, and others, 
throughout the college into active work in the church. It seeks to influence 
them to devote themselves in united effort with all christians in making the 
will of Christ effective in human society, and to extend the kingdom of God 
throughout the world. The definite aim of the organization is to promote the 
well being of all young men. Each member of the organization should be 
willing to make it a part of his personal program. 

The Y. M. C. A. endeavors to reach into the lives of young men, to 
find their problems, and to aid them in solving these problems. 

This organization meets once each week with a program consisting 
chiefly of music, devotional, business, and discussions of various problems 
of interest to the group. It is the duty of every member to take an active 
part in the programs, and to strive to make the organization a success. 

We, as members, and officers of this organization, are hoping, with the 
aid and cooperation of all other organizations, to make this year of 1935-3i3 
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Elaine Strickland 
Mattie Belle Stewart 
Estelle Mahler 
Lalah Driver 
Audrey Tetterton 
Lou Ellen Perry 
Mildred Cutler 
Edith Hart 
Sarah Loftin 
Mary Brewer 
Martha Brinson 
Inez May 
Callie Windley 
Callie Britt 
Delia Bowen 
Hellen Gunter 
Eva Louise Shelton 
Margaret Outlaw 
Mary Mayo 
Mildred Powell 
Christine Rahn 
Chloe Roberson 
Clyde Deans 
Billie Edgerton 
Elizabeth House 
Mary Ethel Outlaw 
Myra Joyner 
Elizabeth Winstead 



Hazel Riley 
Anna Belle Tart 
Sara Bain Ward 
Delsie Turner 
Georgia Brewer 
Vivian Prescott 
Edna Owens 
Nina Lee 
Effie Walston 
Dorothy Jones 
Edith Farmer 
Mary Howard 
Dorothy Creech 
Virginia Crist 
Marjorie Herndon 
Naomi Owens 
Dorothy Aycock 
Sarah Casey 
Ollie Wray 
Bertie Mae Bass 
Doris Topping- 
Edna Thigpen 
Annie Louise Silverthorne 
Marietta Whitley 
Lucille Carter 
Estelle Hopper 
Sybil Lane 








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OFFICERS 

President Elizabeth House 

Vice-President Clyde Deans 

Secretary Ollie Wray 

Treasurer Vivian Prescott 

Store-keeper .... Inez May 

PROGRAM COMMITTEE 
Mary Brewer Sarah Loftin 

Billie Edgerton Callie Windley 

FACULTY ADVISOR 
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MINISTERIAL CLUB 

FIRST SEMESTER 

President Eugene Taylor 

Vice-President Selz Mayo 

Secretary Marvin Jackson 

SECOND SEMESTER 

President Rabon Rose 

Vice-President Ernest DeLoach 

Secretary-Treasurer . . . Edith Farmer 

MEMBERS 

Oakel Bass Clyde Hurt 

L. B. Bennett Marvin Jackson 

Harold Brown Selz Mayo 

Ernest DeLoach Hubert Rose 

Brantley Dewar Rabon Rose 

Therman Denning Eugene Taylor 

Edith Farmer Harold Tyer 

Norman Gray Wilbert Waters 
Edwin Gurkins 





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The Student Council has functioned very well this year the few times 
it was necessary for it to act. 

The non-cheating drive put on by the Greek letter organizations at the 
end of the first semester helped the council a great deal. 
Jacob Taylor President 

Oscar Brinson Vice-President 

Georgia Brewer Secretary 

Maria Brinson Treasurer 

Rabon Rose . Senior Representative 

Geraldine Bryant . Junior Representative 

Milton Adams . Sophomore Representative 

Marsh Knott Freshman Representative 

Harold Tyer Y. M. C. A. Representative 

Billie Edgeston Y. W. C. A. Representative 



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WOMEN'S DORMITORY COUNCIL 

The Woman's Student Government Association is now two years old 
and has proven very successful. 

The 1934-1935 members of the Council are: 

President Ina Rivers Tuten 

Vice President Elizabeth House 

Secretary Elizabeth Winstead 

Treasurer Sarah Loftin 

Senior Representative . . Maria Brinson 
Junior Representative . . Elizabeth Sugg 
Sophmore Representative . . Olive Wray 
Freshman Representative . . Delsie Turner 
House Presidents Inez May, Myra Joyner, Lela Britt 




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President First Semester Elizabeth House 

President Second Semester Myra Joyner 

HOUSE RESIDENTS 

Dixie Barnes Sarah Loftin 

Georgia Brewer Neva Liverman 

Mary Brewer Mattie Belle Stewart 

Marjorie Dew Vivian Prescott 

Helen Gunter Virginia Whitley 

Elizabeth House Julia Winfield 

Myra Joyner Billie Edgerton 

CHAPERONES 
Miss Mildred D. Ross Miss Charlotte M. Hill 




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OFFICERS 

President Sue Stalling.? 

Vice-President Katherine Bell 

Secretary-Treasurer Mary Howard 

MEMBERS 

Emma Laura Barefoot Thelma Whitehead 

Lalah Driver Virginia Barnes 

Kathleen Eagles Ocie Batts 

Frances Lancaster Nova Bexley 

Clara Lee Pittman Ethel Bruffey 

Thelma Thorne Hylah Lee Bunn 

Geraldine Bryant Rebecca Carter 

Rachel Conyers Rosamond Conley 

Edna Creech Dorothy Creech 

Bee Evans Virginia Crist 

Jennie Lane Carrie Ellis 

Lucille Carr Anzy Gaskill 

Thui-sa Coyle Delia Bowen 

Clyde Deans Marjorie Herndon 

Ruth Evans Ray Lancaster 

Ruth Floors Lillian Newnham 

Harriet Forbes Annie Morris Parker 

Evelyn Hinnant Spivey Roberson 

Sybil Lane Retha Sawyer 

Louise Rowe Hellen Williams 
Lillian Tomlinson 







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ALPHA CHAPTER 

Founded 1925 

Colors: Gold and Wh'te Flowers: Daisy 

FOUNDERS 

John Barclay Dr. E. L. Fox 

FRATERS IN FACULATE 

F. A. Hodges, M. S. Dallas Mallison, M. A. Cecil A. Jarman, B. D. 

OFFICERS 
First Semester Second Semester 

N. G. Blaekman President Donohue Bryant 

Donahue Bryant Vice-President Oscar R. Brinson 

Elbert Southard _ Secretary Russell T. Roebuck 

Oscar R. Brinson Treasurer Elbert Southard 

Clyde Hurt Sergeant-at-Arms Loy Rogers 

Willie Willis Chaplain Clyde Hurt 

CHAPTER ROLL 
N. G. Blaekman, '35 Elbert Southard, 36 

Donohue Bryant, '35 Bryan Deans, '37 

Loy Rogers, '35 Edward Lovelace, '37 

William Willis, '35 Russell Roebuck, '37 

Oscar Brinson, '36 Benton Liverman, '37 

Clyde Hurt, '36 Richard Barnhill, '37 

HONORARY MEMBERS 
Clinton Murray Randolph Williams 








SIGMA TAU CHI SORORITY 



Colors: Yellow and White 



Flower: Chrysanthemum 



OFFICERS 
First Semester Second Semester 

Julia Winfield President Kathleen Eagles 

Kathleen Eagles Vice-President Mattie Belle Stewarl 

Emma Laura Barfoot Secretary-Treasurer Sue Dell Davis 



CHAPTER ROLL 



Emma Laura Barfoot, '35 
Kathleen Eagles, '35 
Julia Winfield, '35 
Sue Dell Davis, '36 
Irene Webb, '36 



Thursa Coyle, '37 
Elaine Strickland, '37 
Bernice Roberson, '37 
f Carol Pugh, '37 
Eleanor Woodard, '37 



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Founded 1925 

Motto: Semper Est Amicitia 

Colors: Silver and Lavender Flower: Sweet Pea 

Hostess: Mrs. W. A. Simmons 

FRATER IN FAGULATE 

Cortell King Holsapple, M. A. 

R. D. Bullock, Jr., M. A. 

OFFICERS 
'S4-'35 '35-'36 

Edwin Reel President Lynwood Phillips 

George Amerson Vice-President James Barnes 

Russell Jefferson Secretary-Treasurer Russell Jefferson 

Selz Mayo _ Chaplain Selz Mayo 

Russell Stephenson — Sargeant-at-Arms A. C. Dawson 

FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 
George Amerson, '35 Selz Mayo, '35 

Randolph Allen, '37 Elliott Jernigan, '36 

James Barnes, '36 Lynwood Phillips, '36 

James Bradley, '36 Edwin Reel, '35 

Bill Cunningham, '36 Jack Rilev, '36 

A. C. Dawson, '37 Reuben Strickland, '36 

Russell Jefferson, '36 Jacob Taylor, '35 

Bruce Ward, '35 
FRATRES IN URBE 
Ferby Fulghum Russell Stephenson 

Eugene McLoud Harold Tyre 






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Colors 



Founded 1912 
Motto: Non Nobis sed Omnibus 
Black and Gold Flower: Black-eyed Susan 



OFFICERS 
,„ First Semester Second Semester 

Maria Brmson President Mary Brewer 

Gladys Charles Vice-President Geraldine Bryant 

Rivers Tuten Secretary . Winifred Terrell 



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CHAPTER ROLL 



Georgia Brewer, '36 
Mary Brewer, '36 
Maria Brinson, '35 
Geraldine Brvant, '36 
Gladys Charles, '35 



Mae Mercer Harrell, '37 
Sarah Loftin, '36 
Lou Ellen Perry, '37 
Marietta Whitley, '37 
Winifred Terrell, '37 



Ina Rivers Tuten, '35 

HONORARY MEMBERS 

Mrs. Gladys Charles Mrs. Agnes Lenich 

SPONSOR 

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PIPE CLUB 



Founded 1934 
Colors: Blue and Orange 

President Bruce Simmons- 

Vice-President Donahue Bryant 

Secretary and Treasurer .... John Edmondson 
Asst. Secretary and Treasurer . . . Ralph Whitfield 

Chaplain James Parson 

Sergeant-at-Arms James Smith 

Faculty Advisor Mr. Mallison 

Honorary Member Ed. T. Stallings 

MEMBERS 
Jack Aycock Paul Tyndall 

Rabon Rose Sam Ragan 

A. J. Moye Wallace White 

Woodrow Taylor "Buck" Lovelace 

Clinton Murray Jacob Taylor 

ALUMNI MEMBERS 
Lyman Angel Benton Rose 

Ferby Fulgum Harry Shackleford 

Clinton Baily Collins Yelverton 

C. B. Hinnant John Eagles 

Theodore Owens Wiley Narron 







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BROTHERS AND SISTERS CLUB 



Atlantic Christian College is proud of its family relationships. The par- 
ents came and now we have their children. One member of a family came 
and then another followed. The records from one family is a tie between two 
families, each of whom has had six to attend the college. This picture presents 
the brothers and sisters of this year — six of the group from two families. We 
expect to have an even larger family group next year. 

The following is a list of the brothers and sisters registered for the 
session 1935-1936. 



Maria, Oscar, and Martha Brinson 
Lela and Callie Britt 
Donahue and Geraldine Bryant 
Frances, Ruth, and Bee Evans 
Frances and Ray Lancaster 
Neva and Benton Liverman 
Rommie* and Nina Mallison 
Georgia and Mary Brewer 



Jennie and Sybil Lane 
Franklin and Pridgen Barnes 
Richard, Dare, and Edna Barnhill 
Mary* and Sue Stallings 
Irene* and Arnold Adams 
Lu':her* and Howard Ballance 
Julia and Bill Winfield 
Madero and Cavelle O'Neal 



Rachel and Bruce Conyers 

* Registered the first semester but not in school the second semester. 








STAFF 

Published monthly by the Students of 

ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 

Wilson, North Carolina 

EDITORIAL STAFF 

Lynwood Phillips Editor-in-Chief 

Randolph Allen Managing Editor 

Samuel Ragan Associate Editor 

Kathleen Eagles ... Associate Editor 

BUSINESS STAFF 

Clyde Hurt Business Manager 

Benton Liverman Asst. Business Manager 

Dick Barnhill Asst. Business Manager 

Hassel Gurganus . . Circulation Manager 

STAFF EDITORS 

Mary Brewer . Society 

Delsie Turner Features 

Martha Brinson Humor 

Georgia Brewer Organization 

Ruben Strickland Sports 

Woodrow Taylor .... Sports 



REPORTERS 

Bland Worley Randolph Chandler 

Hazel Riley Quentin Grey 

R. D. Bullock, Jr., Faculty Advisor 

(Editor's Note) The above staff publishes both "The Collegiate", 
student newspaper, and "The Pine Knot", college year book. 




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BASKETBALL TEAM 

Elbert Southard Manager 

Ruben Strickland Assistant Manager 

Bill Cunningham, George Amerson . . Co-Captains 

Bud Rose Coach 

PLAYERS 
Buddy Jernigan S. R. Lee 

Oakel Bass Chris Walters 

A. C. Dawson Bill Cunningham 

Bryan Deans Red Amerson 

A. J. Hayes Edwin Reel 

SCHEDULE, 1934-1935 
Opponents Score A. C. Score Place 

Wayne County All Stars 21 23 Here 

Lenoir-Rhyne 44 27 Hickory 

Appalachian State 53 44 Boone 

Catawba 66 17 Salisbury 

Appalachian State 37 36 Here 

Guilford 41 21 Here 

E. C. T. C. 32 24 Greenville 

High Point 56 31 High Point 

Guilford 66 29 Guilford 

Elon 23 40 Elon 

E. C. T. C. 28 32 Here 

Catawba Here 

Lenoir-Rhyne Here 

Elon H e r e 

High Point Here 

Wilson Gym Class Here 

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FRESHMAN BASKET BALL TEAM 

Robert Dixon Manager 

Hallis Cherry Captain 

Red Amerson Coach 

PLAYERS 

Onnie Cockrell Edward Mattox 

Hallis Cherry Slade Congleton 

Bill Winfield George Stein 

A. J. Moye Quimby Wallace 

Woodrow Forrest C. B. Edwards 

SCHEDULE 1934-1935 

Opponents Score Bull Pups Score Place 

Wendell High 4 27 Wendell 

Rock Ridge 16 11 Rock Ridge 

Red Oak 11 22 Red Oak 

Lucama 17 25 Here 

Red Oak 25 50 Here 

Pactolus 13 54 Here 

Gym Class 24 28 Here 






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BASE BALL TEAM 

Buck Lovelace Manager 

Ruben Strickland Assistant Manager 

Buddy Jermgan Captain 

Bill Sharpe Coach 

PLAYERS 
Buddy Jernigan Onnie Cockrell 

Red Amerson Howard Ballance 

A. C. Dawson Selz Mavo 

Hallis Cherry A. J. Hayes 

Jimmie Barnes S. R. Lee* 

Wallace White Elbert Southard 

D. Laughing-house Eugene Taylor 

Richard Barnhill Tom Papus 

Billie Blackman M. Williams 

SCHEDULE 1934-1935 

Opponents Score A. C. Score Place 

High Point 10 3 Here 

Guilford 7 1 Here 

Guilford 3 1 Here 

Catawba 1 o Hickory 

Guilford 2 Hickory 

Lenoir Rhyne 9 4 Guilford 

E. C. T. C. 15 6 Here 

E. C. T. C. 3 2 Greenville 






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OFFICERS 

President Kathleen Eagles 

Vice-President Julia -Winfield 

Secretary Mary Brewer 

Treasurer Virginia Whitley 

SPORT LEADERS 

Archery Georgia Brewer 

Volleyball Helen Gunter 

Soccerball . . Kathleen Roberson 

Basketball Nina Mallison 

Track Edna Creech 

Tumbling Clyde Deans 

Baseball Lalah Driver 

Tennis Sarah Lofton 



Elizabeth House 
Vivian Prescott 
Jerry Bryant 
Callie Windley 
Nina Mallison 
Mildred Powell 
Mary Mayo 
Mattie Belle Stewart 
Edna Thigpen 
Callie Britt 
Edith Hart 
Olie Wray 
Alvereta Weaver 



OTHER MEMBERS 

Billie Edgerton 
Hazel Riley 
Estelle Marler 
Josephine Mahler 
Lela Britt 
Katherine Bell 
Bernice Roberson 
Majorie Freeman 
Elaine Strickland 
Dorris Topping 
Majorie Freeman 
Marietta Whitley 
Winifred Terrell 
Mary Ethel Outlaw 



Ethel Bruffey 
Elsie Haddock 
Delsie Turner 
Sarah Casey 
Elizabeth McLawhorn 
Margaret Outlaw 
Dorothy Jones 
Delia Bowen 
Pansy Jones 
Francis Scott 
Nina Lee 
Velma Paul 
Kathleen Swindell 
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Bryan Dean Manager 

Russell Roebuck Assistant Manager 

Jimmie Barnes Captain 

Bill Sharpe Coach 

PLAYERS 
A. C. Dawson Bryan Deans 

Bill Cunningham Jack Riley 

Jimmie Barnes James Bradley 

Hayden Wiggs 

SCHEDULE 1934-1935 

Opponents Score A. C. Score Place 

Elon 7 Here 

High Point 1 7 Here 

J_enoir Rhyne 5 2 Here 

Lenoir Rhyne 6 1 Here 

Elon 9 Elon 

Catawba 4 3 Salisbury 

High Point 1 6 High Point 

Elon 3 4 Elon 

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Hugh Cherry to Edwin Taylor: 
"What would you do if you were in 
my shoes?" 

Edwin: "Polish them." 

Mildred Ross (to Hazel Riley who 
was half hour late) "You should have 
been here at eight o'clock." 

Hazel: "Why? What happened?" 



Pat Gray, visiting his friend at 
Duke. 

Friend: "Listen to those chimes, 
aren't they beautiful?" 
Pat: "What?" 
Friend: "Listen to those chimes." 

Pat: "If those dam bells would 
stop ringing I could hear what you 
are saying." 



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Mr. Grim: "Mr. Phillips, give a 
definition of home. 

Phillips: "Home is where part of 
the family waits until the others are 
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Mr. Bullock: "Do you see that man 
standing over there next to the flivver 
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Miss Fannie : "Why are you wear- 
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Miss Myrtie: "Well, I'm going to 
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"Sister" Arline: "It's so hot in 
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Selz Mayo : "That's nothing. Where 
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